Weber Continues to Forge Bond With Michigan

Detroit (Mich.) Cass Tech 2015 RB Mike Weber reflects on his latest trip to Michigan, where the Wolverines stand in his recruitment and more.

The Michigan coaching staff has made it clear that Mike Weber is priority for the 2015 class.

In fact, the Detroit (Mich.) Cass Tech 2015 running back said he has been told he is now the Wolverines top priority moving forward, after his visit to campus earlier this week.

"They are really just trying to let me know that I am the guy they are looking for," Weber said on conversation with the Michigan coaching staff. "And basically giving me facts about Michigan. And telling me why I should come, and what is going to happen when I get there."

Weber, who recently named Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin as his top-three- schools, said the Wolverines are solid in his top-five and continue to move in positive direction in his recruitment.

"Really, if they keep doing what they are doing – anything can change," Weber said. "It could change tomorrow. So you never really know what's going to happen. I just think if Michigan keeps doing what they are doing, anything can happen. Michigan is a good look."

In the meantime, Weber plans on getting back on the Michigan's campus soon to get a better feel for campus life.

"I really haven't had a chance to hang out with the players or seen the campus other than the football field," Weber said. "So I am looking forward to hanging out with Jourdan Lewis, David Dawson and Delano Hill, all of them guys."

With Michigan receiving the commitment of USC transfer Ty Isaac this week, Weber admitted he wasn't aware of his commitment, however, he says it will have affect on his decision.

"I really didn't know that till now," Weber said. "Anywhere I go they are going to have a lot of running backs. I'm not afraid of a little competition. So it won't really affect me at all. I know there will be competition wherever I go."

Weber says he plans on attending Sound Mind, Sound Body annual football camp next week in Detroit, Mich. At just recently received an invite to Nike's The Opening held in Beaverton, Ore. in early July, a goal he set for himself before the start of spring.

"That was one of my goals," Weber said on his The Opening invite. "I saw all my teammates participate there. I saw all the exposure they had gotten, the people they have met. That's one of the goals I wanted to accomplish. It feels real good to accomplish it."

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